Campbell Classic NAQT Middle Grades Tournament 10/28/2017
Campbell Classic NAQT Middle Grades Tournament
- Where: Campbell County Middle School, 8000 Alexandria Pike, Alexandria, KY 41001
- When: October 28, 2017—Registration from 8:00 to 8:45 AM EST
- Cost: $50.00 per team; guaranteed 6 rounds
- Format: NAQT rules with bounce-back bonus
- Contact/registration: email@example.com
Dunbar Bulldog MG & JV Tournament 11/4/2017
The Dunbar Academic Team will be hosting a Quizbowl and FPS tournament for middle school teams (grades 6-8) as well as JV high school teams (grades 9-10) on November 4, 2017. Registration will begin at 8:15 AM, the team meeting for the tournament will begin at 8:40, and tournament play will begin at 9:00. David Ma will be acting as tournament director.
The cost for the tournament is $70 per Quizbowl team and $40 per FPS team. You can pay on the day of the tournament or send it in beforehand to: PL Dunbar High School, 1600 Man O’ War Blvd, Lexington, KY 40513. Please make all checks payable to Paul Laurence Dunbar Attn: Academic Team.
Lunch will be available at Dunbar for just $5 per person. This includes two slices of pizza, a cookie, and a drink.
We will be using NAQT 171A for JV and NAQT MS-24 throughout the day, worksheets will be house-written, and the FPS future scene will be house produced and scored. Questions will be given at the end of the day, along with FPS Future Scene and feedback.
All Quizbowl teams will play five rounds round- robin style in the morning. Based off their morning performance, all teams will be re-bracketed and matched with teams with similar records.
Trinity HS – Tourney for Middle Grades 11/4/2017
- Saturday, November 4th, 9am until about noon. Playoffs 1-3pm.
- Trinity High School, 4011 Shelbyville Rd., Louisville, KY, 40207
- $45 per team – max of 10 players per team (includes a copy of all questions, a T shirt for each player, and a certificate)
- $25 for an additional team from same school ($70 total)
- Modified Governor’s Cup format. One point for toss-ups and bonuses. Bounce-back bonuses used. Halves are 12 minutes or 40 questions, whichever comes first. 3 minute halftime/inquiry period.
- Contact: Mark Amick. firstname.lastname@example.org and 859-327-4323 (cell)
- Open to public and private schools.
duPont Manual 3rd Nationally in Academic WorldQuest Competition
Congratulations to duPont Manual High School for placing third in this year’s national Academic WorldQuest Competition!
SLMS Cardinal Classic (6th/MG) – London, 11/18
2017 SLMS Cardinal Classic Academic Tournament
Saturday, November 18th, 2017
South Laurel Middle School in London, KY – just 2 miles off of I-75
Who can compete?
Our tournament features two divisions – an Open Division and a Sixth-Grade Division. The Open Division is made up of teams of any combination of 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students. The Sixth-Grade division is open only to sixth graders. Sixth grade students who compete in the Open Division cannot compete in the Sixth-Grade Division.
How much does it cost?
Open Division – $50 per team (a school can enter a second team for $40)
Sixth-Grade Division – $40 per teams (limit one per school)
The day will begin with one written assessment window. The top five students in each subject (M, SC, SS, LA, AH) will be recognized at the awards ceremony in the auditorium. There will be separate assessments for the open division and for the sixth-grade division.
Each team in both divisions will play a MINIMUM of four rounds of quick recall. Each team is required to bring one experienced quick recall official who can serve either as a judge or moderator. Teams providing a second judge/moderator will receive a $10 discount. The tournament will follow KAAC quick recall format. Teams will begin the day in group play and the results will be used to seed a single elimination bracket in the afternoon.
Why should I bring my team?
Last year’s inaugural tournament featured 5 teams that would go on to win their district and region in Governor’s Cup. Of those teams, two would make it out of pool play at the State Finals and one team would finish third in the state! Our sixth-grade division featured 2 showcase champions and a showcase runner-up.
Our tournament is timed perfectly to provide good competition for your sixth-graders just before Sixth Grade Showcase. It’s also a great opportunity to provide valuable competition for your team as the academic leagues wind down and focus turns to Governor’s Cup.
To reserve your spot contact Chris Hibbard at (606) 862-4745 or via email at email@example.com